Minnetonka Country Club Redevelopment

Information relative to this project will be posted as it becomes available at the following link: Minnetonka Country Club Redevelopment.

Posted 2/24/2017

Mattamy Homes Leaving Minnesota

Mattamy homes has notified the city that they are ceasing operations in Minnesota. The city is working with the builder to determine how this will affect the Minnetonka Country Club project. Watch this site for updates.

Storm Sewer Construction

Mattamy Homes is scheduling the construction of storm sewer from the south end of the development to Highway 7 starting on January 23, 2017.  Roadways affected by construction include Yellowstone Trail, Pleasant Avenue and Wiltsey Lane.  The contractor will use trenchless methods for construction crossing Yellowstone Trail and along Pleasant Avenue.  They will need to excavate boring pits and for drainage structure construction.  Signs on affected roadways are in place and flaggers will be present when needed. Please plan accordingly for possible traffic delays.

Questions about this project should be directed to:

1. Brian Theis, Mattamy, 952.898.6130,brian.theis@mattamycorp.com 
2. Matt Havlik, WSB, 612.246.9347, mhavlik@wsbeng.com 
3. Paul Hornby, City Engineer, 952.960.7910, phornby@ci.shorewood.mn.us


Meeting Items and Actions:

June 13, 2016, Minnetonka Country Club final plat, plan and development agreement was approved by the city council.

June 7, 2016, Planning Commission reveiwed and approved the final plat and plans for the development.

March 28, 2016, City Council approved Resolution 16-023, Approving an Agreement regarding Grading and Site Utility Work of Phase 1 Minnetonka Country Club Planned Unit Development. Council noted that the number of trees removed was less than expected.

February 22, 2016, City Council approved Resolution No. 16-013 Granting a Revised Concept Plan, Development Stage Plan and Preliminary Plat Approval for Minnetonka Country Club Planned Unit Development.

February 16, 2016, Planning Commission public hearing for Revised Development Stage plans for the Minnetonka Country Club planned unit development, as presented which shows the age-targeted units on the east have been moved to Niblick Alcove – RECOMMENDED APPROVAL

For an archive of past action on the MCC project, go to archives.

Information from the Planning Advisory Committee may be viewed online, and questions should be directed to:

Brad Nielsen, Planning Director